The Muskego Storm Organization will hold tryouts for the 2018/2019 season mid summer. Please be sure to check back for dates and times. First and Second graders who will be age 8 prior to September 1, 2019 are recommended to tryout for U8. Players trying out for U9 thru U12 cannot be older than their respective age bracket prior to May 1, 2019. U13 and U14 teams are grade based. Our organization will not mandate that you play age based but will give your family the option if your son has a birthday which is affected. For further questions please email us at email@example.com. For your convenience please find our online registration below which must be completed before tryouts.
*If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TRYOUT DATES AND TIMES
U8/ 2nd Grade- Muskego High School Softball Diamonds
Monday, June 25th
*2nd tryout date TBD
U9/ 3rd Grade- PARK ARTHUR 1,2,3
Saturday, July 28th- 8-10am
Sunday, July 29th- 1- 2:30pm
U10/ 4th Grade- PARK ARTHUR 1,2,3
Saturday, July 28th- 10:30am- NOON
Sunday, July 29th- 8-10am
U11/ 5th Grade- PARK ARTHUR 1,2,3
Saturday, July 28th- 1-2:30pm
U12/ 6th Grade- PARK ARTHUR 1,2,3
Saturday, July 28th- 2:30-4pm
U13/ 7th Grade
U14/ 8th Grade- HORN FIELD
Sunday, July 29th- 10:30am- NOON
- HAVE FUN! Bring along something to drink as you will be running and working hard during your tryout.
- Don’t be LATE! We would like players to arrive at least 15 mins early to allow for registration and warm ups.
- Dress like a baseball player (baseball pants, baseball hat, spikes…)
- Bring your glove and bat, the organization will have plenty of baseballs on hand.
- Be attentive and listen to the coaches and evaluators. If there is a question please don’t be afraid to ask.
- RESPECT those trying out as well as the evaluators/coaches.
- HUSTLE! Run to and from your position and from station to station.
- Stay positive, don’t let one mistake turn into two.
Benefits of our League
While skill development is the overall goal for each player, additional benefits of playing organized baseball go beyond the field. Players also learn the following life skills: